Trent Boult has played a key role in the Mumbai Indians' success.He took eleven wickets in nine games at an economy of 8.55.
Jasprit Bumrah picked up three wickets in the last match. The pacer has been an important cog of Mumbai’s wheel. The team will pin their hopes on him to provide much-needed breakthroughs in the crunch moments.
New Zealand’s tearaway pacer Adam Milne has been in scintillating form of late, and certainly warrants a place in the side ahead of Nathan Coulter-Nile.
Rahul Chahar can also give a tough time to RCB batters in the upcoming contest. The leg-spinner has taken 11 wickets in the competition so far.
Krunal Pandya needs one more wicket to reach 50 wickets for Mumbai Indians in the IPL. He will become the second Mumbai Indians player to score 1000+ runs and take 50+ wickets for Mumbai Indians, after Kieron Pollard.
Kieron Pollard was where Mumbai’s hopes lied on September 19 after they lost wickets in heaps and got the chase derailed. He scored 21 at a strike rate of 140 against KKR
The left-handed batter has a lot of experience and is a fine player, but he does seem to be reduced to just a substitute player who has come in place of Hardik Pandya.
The left-handed middle-order batter is an excellent player and has been impressive over the last few months. However, in this season of the IPL, his form has significantly dropped and he hasn’t been able to find respite so far.
During the entire first leg, Yadav made aggressive starts before throwing his wicket. The outing on September 19 was worse for he did not make even a start and walked back with 3 off 7 and against KKR Suryakumar Yadav departed after scoring just 5 runs.
De Kock scored a stroke-filled 55 off 42 deliveries. The South African’s innings was studded with 4 fours and 3 sixes against KKR.
Rohit Sharma is another batter to watch out for in this contest. After missing the first game in the UAE leg, he slammed an impressive 33 against KKR.